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Fishing with Live Shrimp

01/17/2021

Saltwater fish are attracted to different types of bait than freshwater fish, however, all fish are going to use their sense of smell to hunt their prey. Most people don’t realize that fish can smell better than dogs, but all species of fish are not attracted to the same scents. Keep this in mind whenRead More

Saltwater Fishing with Live Bait

12/15/2020

Many South Florida anglers prefer using live bait for saltwater fishing, which makes perfect sense. Why use an imitation when you can use the real thing? Some of the best live bait for saltwater fishing in South Florida includes sardines, also known as pilchards, threadfin herring, and Spanish sardines. Anglers often choose this bait, sinceRead More

Are Dolphins Fish?

12/08/2020

Many people assume that Dolphins are fish as they swim gracefully through the water, however, they are not fish. Dolphins are actually mammals. Other famous marine mammals include whales, seals, and manatees. The characteristics that make dolphins mammals are as follows: warm-blooded breathe through lungs, not gills give birth to live young produce milk forRead More

Catching Live Bait in Saltwater

12/05/2020

Fishing with live bait is the most popular way to land many species of fish in Florida, especially saltwater fishing. Feeding fish what they eat is the key. Catching live bait is a lot of fun and done by most anglers because it is by far the best bait for saltwater fishing. There are manyRead More

Winter Fishing in South Florida

11/29/2020

As fall yields to winter, and colder temperatures sweep across much of the country, many anglers stow away their tackle until next spring. But a few places, blessed with mild weather and fertile waters, continue to offer hot action when the fishing elsewhere comes to a screeching halt. If you would rather catch fish whenRead More

Mackerel Fishing in South Florida

09/21/2020

The Mackerel is undoubtedly one of the most popular game fish in the country. These silvery, long, and slender fish are abundant along the Atlantic coast. Both Spanish and King Mackerel are found in the waters of Florida. These big, fast-swimming fish have razor-sharp teeth and are considered a real prize by anglers. Spanish andRead More

The Ultra Speedy Sailfish

02/13/2019

Sailfish like to hang out in warmer parts of the ocean around the world. A type of billfish, they can be distinguished by their blue to gray color, the large dorsal fin appropriately called a sail and an elongated bill that almost makes them look like a swordfish. In some fishing circles choose they areRead More